Knox VillageSoup

Weather Brief Jan 03, 2019

Midcoast Forecast - January 3, 2019

Skies are clearing Thursday afternoon after a round of light snow moved through the area with accumulations largely ranging between 2 to 4 inches. We'll see periods of clouds heading into the overnight with low dipping into the 20s. We'll see some thawing on Friday with a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures climbing into the upper 30s to near 40.

High pressure will build in on Friday from the south returning the Midcoast to partly cloudy skies with occasionaly cloudy periods as low pressure moves by to the north bringing some light snow to northern and central Maine. The Midcoast will stay mainly dry with a brief flurry possible. Clouds will continue to build in through Saturday as low pressure approaches from the southwest. This will bring a round of rain showers Saturday during the later afternoon and into the night as temperatures hold above freezing with rain tapering off Sunday morning. There may be some snow further inland where temperatures will be cooler. We'll see some clearing on Sunday with a brief period of light snow possible as high pressure moves in from the west for Monday.

Monday will start off sunny but clouds will increase late in the day as another storm system moves in from the west for Tuesday. There is still some questions on the impacts we'll see from this storm which may redevelop over the Gulf of Maine possibly bringing a dumping of snow to the Midcoast. Temperatures will be marginal as well which could spell more rain along the coast. Check back for updates.

Comments (0)
If you wish to comment, please login.